Neta Oren

Neta Oren
Visiting Scholar, School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution

Ph.D., Political Science, Tel Aviv University
M.A., Hebrew University

Biography

Neta Oren is a visiting scholar for the School of Conflict Analysis and Resolution. She received her PhD in Political Science from Tel Aviv University and her M.A. from the Hebrew University. Her dissertation, “The Impact of Major Events in the Arab-Israeli Conflict on the Ethos of Conflict in the Israeli Jewish Society (1967-2000), “ was awarded the Israeli Political Science Association’s Best Ph.D. Dissertation award for 2005.



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March 26, 2012
Chapter 7, “Israeli soldiers’ perceptions of Palestinian civilians during the 2009 Gaza War” by Neta Oren, extends certain themes from Chapter 5 to a critical study of the 2009 Gaza War. Drawing on testimonies from fifty-four Israeli combat...
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December 2010
The present paper describes the socio-psychological barriers that play a major role in Israeli Jewish society in the attempts to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict peacefully. After presenting the general conceptual framework of the socio-psychological...
Category: Journal Article
March 2010
This study focuses on the relationship between national identity and intractable conflict. Abdelal’s definition of collective identity that refers to the level of agreement regarding the purposes, practices, relational comparisons with...
Category: Journal Article
November 20, 2009
This study focuses on a major component of the psychological repertoire that evolves during an intractable conflict – the ethos of conflict and the changes in this ethos over time. The study presents a theoretical framework that can be used to analyze and...
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July 2009
This article examines the socio-psychological mechanisms that guided decisions of the Israeli leadership to attack the civilian infrastructure during the Lebanon war in 2006. Based on reports by the Israeli governmental commission for the war, known as the...
Category: Journal Article
January 01, 2007
Delegitimization of the adversary, among psychological factors, is one of the major detrimental forces to peaceful resolution of any conflict. In the present context of violence between Palestinians and Israeli Jews, it is probably the major obstacle to the...
Category: Journal Article
September 20, 2006
A fundamental condition for the evolvement of any society is the development of social identity, which confersa sense of belonging and identification. The meaning of social identity is influenced by the ethos that members ofa society share. The ethos consists of...
Category: Journal Article
January 03, 2005
L’analyse des relations entre Juifs israéliens et Palestiniens dans le contexte de l’Intifada Al Aqsa fait ressortir un paradoxe désespérant. D’un côté, en effet, les membres des deux sociétés se...
Category: Book Chapter
March 30, 2004
Category: Book
March 30, 2004
This chapter focuses on the relationship between identity and conflicts, which we believe is mutual and complex. On the one hand, elements related to identity can collide and cause eruption and evolvement of aconflict, but on the other hand, protracted and intense...
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2004
Le rapport à l’Autre ne se laisse pas saisir dans des catégories simples. Il intervient dans une grande variété de situations dont on pressent qu’elles ont toutes quelque chose en commun. Mais faut-il appréhender de la même...
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The devastation of civilians in contemporary conflicts represents a humanitarian disaster of stunning proportions. The current ratio of military to civilian casualties is approximately one to eight while 90% of wars are civil wars in the new century. Such devastation is systematically embedded
March 27, 2009
A POINT OF VIEW SEMINAROnInternational ConflictInstitute for Conflict Analysis and ResolutionGeorge Mason UniversityChair: Nadim Rouhana, Henry Hart Rice Professor of Conflict Analysis and ResolutionPlease join us for a discussion with leading expertDr. Neta OrenVisiting Scholar at ICARFor more
February 27, 2007
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